Policy Paper: Implications of devolution for England
The government has published a paper on the implications of devolution for England
The Command Paper was announced by Leader of the Commons William Hague in an oral statement to MPs. It sets out proposals for responding to the implications of devolution for England. It contains separate proposals from each of the coalition parties on how best to address these issues.
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